I have been a bit amazed by how quickly some of these UFOs have come together….and here’s another one.

myrtle hanging

I started Myrtle, the Mystery Quilt, in early 2011. It was a mystery quilt by Sheila of Bluepatch Quilting.  I did not finish all the blocks but the parts I did complete were so much fun. Sheila is a talented quilter and very good at writing tutorials. Seems I recall rumor of Sheila turning the mystery quilt into a pattern but I can’t find it anywhere (if anyone knows where it is, please tell me so I can link to it). UPDATE: Sheila indeed is selling her pattern in her Etsy Shop!

myrtle side

The quilting on this is something I have been wanting to try for quite some time. This quilt has some serious saggy bits so it was quite the struggle to quilt. My larger circle arcs are a bit scary up close but babies don’t look at that sort of thing!!

myrtle front up close

I did machine binding again but I think I was (a) too tired – it was late and I wanted to get her in the wash and (b) I rushed a bit because I was tired and wanted to finish. BUT I am still pleased with the binding.

myrtle front

myrtle back

Oh and I actually got a decent roll picture so I will include one this time:

myrtle roll

Here’s her deets:

Quilt Stats

Name: Myrtle the Mystery Quilt
Made for: Some unsuspecting baby somewhere
Fabric: Who even knows?!
Thread: Quilting – Star Machine Quilting Thread Variegated in Black Pinstripes
Batting: Warm & Natural 100% Cotton
Size: 45″ x 55″
Quilting: bulleye(ish)
Pattern: Mystery Stars by BluePatch Quilter
EDITED TO ADD: This is part of my Q3 2013 Finish A Long Plan of Attack and therefore I am linking up as a Q3 2013 finish.

2013 button


13 Comment

  1. very pretty 🙂

  2. I love the spiral quilting, and the colours are so pretty. Wish I had the patience to quilt – maybe when the kids get older?!

  3. It is beautiful! I love the quilting on it and such lovely photos!

  4. Good job missus, you’re fairly rocketing thru your lists these days!

  5. Brilliant! I think I start loving purple

  6. Well done, and babies have saggy bottoms, so they certainly can’t comment on that 😉

  7. So pretty, I love the colours!

  8. how lovely. can you bottle and sell your “bust that list” energy?

  9. You’re a UFO queen! What a great finish – interesting design and the purple is just perfect. We need to use purple more often 🙂

  10. Sarah @ FairyFace Designs says: Reply

    I adore the quilting on this!

  11. What a gorgeous quilt!! Congratulations!

  12. Woo hoo – love it Rhonda – love purple, gasped when I saw the finish and the spiral quilting, well!!!
    I have indeed produced it as a pattern and it’s in my Etsy shop.-

  13. So many good things! Love the colours and the off-centre circular quilting. Congratulations!

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